Daniel O'Donnell and his wife Majella are on the road again! Over six episodes, we will follow the pair as they embark on their hilarious B&B road trip around Ireland.
While Majella is the one behind the wheel, the real driving force behind this adventure are the B&B owners of Ireland. Daniel and Majella have bravely handed over complete control of their journey. Along with their 'Full Irish', their hosts will be serving up unforgettable experiences - from sloshing with the locals in Kerry and ski-bobbing on the Dublin Mountains to chasing waterfalls in Donegal.
Filmed in real time, it's a non-stop adventure following husband and wife as they negotiate the winding roads of Ireland and experience the hidden treasures that only locals know best!
Runtime: 30 minutes
Daniel and Majella's B&B Road Trip - TaskForceMajella - Netflix
The TaskForceMajella (TFM) is an industry-funded geoscientific research project conducted between the years 1998 and 2005. The project involved numerous universities distributed worldwide, and was sponsored by a number of international major oil companies. The area of research was the Majella Mountain in Central Italy, regarded as an analogue of a faulted and fractured hydrocarbon reservoir as can be found in major provinces like the Middle East, Caspian Basin, Mediterranean Basin, and other areas. The scope was to obtain knowledge on the relation between fracture and fault generation, and all types of geological aspects of the evolution of the geological structure .
Daniel and Majella's B&B Road Trip - Involvement - Netflix
Eni E&P Division, based in San Donato Milanese (Italy), was technically involved in the Project in order to provide regional subsurface data sets (non sensible seismic and well data) for the construction of the regional geological model. Furthermore, the data were confronted with the deep crustal seismic profile which passed through the area, acquired in the CROP the Italian National CROP Project, which data were integrated in the construction of the regional geological model (Profile CROP 11a, 11b, 11c; Civitavecchia - Vasto; CROP references: Prof. Castellerin, Prof. Maurizio Parotto). The photogrammetrical survey engineering group of Eni was heavily involved in the three-dimensional monitoring of sites with specific interest and the analysis of three-dimensional fracture and faults networks at different scales (see below). A number of technical support companies provided the necessary local service.
Daniel and Majella's B&B Road Trip - References - Netflix